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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1973, Baldur, Manitoba 1973 Manitoba Vol73 No 38 includes Resumption of Pensioner House Repairs MILLION PEP PROGRAM AN For the fourth year in a row the Manitoba Government will conduct a Provincial Em ployment Program this win ter to create job opportunities and reduce seasonal unemploy ment in those localities where it still million has now been committed for PEP 74 which will contain project compon ents similar to those hi the past years including the highly successful and grat ifying Old Age Pensioners Housing Program through which about homes have been repaired and reno vated over the past two years Financial allotments have been reduced in light of the curent economic buoyancy but contingency funds will be available to the PEP 74 pro gram if this Is warranted over the next six One other provincial pro gram designed to reduce un employment and help munic ipalities is the million Manitoba Special Municipal Loans and General Emergency Fund introduced earlier this To has been approved from the spec ial municipal loans fund for 32 municipal governments and the total will rise considerably over the next several The labor cost portion of these loans forgiveable at 50 percent in the summer months and 100 per cent in the Purpose of the fund is to encourage munici pal governments to undertake continued on page 3 FIGURE SKATERS PLAN FOR COMING SEASON Interested members of the Baldur Figure Skating Club met Thursday to elect officers for the 197374 The president position remains Dorothy Norberg secre tary and Linda Desrochers as A Garage Rummage Sale is scheduled for October 6th and we are asking the pub lie for any used articles that are to good to throw away but they no longer want used home baking etc We will be serving Ann Hanks has offered us the use of their gar Tentative plans were for a masquerade dance on October 27It is hoped that young and old will part It was decided to ask the parents to register their child ren for lessons by October Contact any of the executive We hope the parents will re spond in a complacent man ner Jf Court Hews The following cases were heard in Provincial Court be fore Judge Dennis Wayne Wark of was charged with fan paired driving and fined and costs and had his licence Raymond Lome Cooper of Killarney was charged with impaired driving fined and costs and license Kenneth Reimer of Holm field was charged with illegal possessiqn of liquor and fined and costs Larry Lee Hoffert of was charged with poss ession of narcotics and fined and costs Kathy Jean Livingston of was charged with possession of narcotics and fin ed and Eugene Patrick Spurrill of Dunrea had his liquor confis James Gordon Oliver of Belmqnt was charged with Case set Ronald James Struth of Glehboro was charged with 7 charges including False Pre Re sisting Causing a Dis Ilegal Possession of He was ordered to make restitution of pay a fine of plus term in a correctional William Richard Bridges of Cartwright was charged with impaired driving fined and costs plus his licence Laird Douglas McMurrary of Winnipeg was charged with illegal possesion of Non Larry Andrew Goodon of Deloraine was charged with robbery with Re manded until Oct 30 for The new Pool Elevator annex is seen as workers continue the of erecting the new bushel grain storage It is planned that the project will be completed later this TheWeatrmr The weather for die week of September 17 to 24th saw a high of 68 above and a low of 24We had inches of
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